You would think that a 42-point halftime lead would make Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney happy with his team.
You would be wrong.
Following a pregame shoving match between Clemson and Miami and a first half filled with trash talk between the teams, Swinney kept his team on the field.
And then Dabo let loose on his displeasure with his team's extracurricular activities.
The team then left for the locker room. ABC's Chris Spielman, calling the game, said Swinney went on to tell his team that it was one of the best halves of football he'd seen.